At Lifeline Driver Training our mission is to provide professional, quality and affordable driver training!
To provide quality driver training this means we must go beyond teaching the basic skills of driving to our students.
Part of our strategy at Lifeline is to provide all our students with the skills necessary that will help to minimize distraction while driving. We are now living in a techno generation that requires driving skills that will prevent collisions. At Lifeline we believe that all “collisions” are predictable and preventable.
The fact is the more distractions you allow while you drive the greater your exposure to the risk of a collision. That is why our Focus at Lifeline is to equip drivers of all ages with the necessary skills to remain collision free!
Lifeline Specialized Services
How to manage and reduce driver distraction.
Our distracted driving segments test student skills on one–way streets.
Ontario Highway traffic law states, that no G1 driver can drive on any highway over 80 km unless accompanied by a qualified driving instructor.
However, it is permitted for a G2 driver to drive on the freeway without any previous experience.
Here at Lifeline we insist on teaching freeway driving as part of Lifeline’s curriculum.
The Official Driver’s Handbook
Includes off-road vehicles and trailers.
If you are learning to drive in Ontario, then this book is for you. It’s all here – rules of the road, safe driving practices and how to get your licence to drive a car, van or small truck.